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Angela Sinnett and Andrea Allerton treat common health ailments with the one thing many people fear most — needles. That's because they are trained and licensed acupuncturists. "When people hear 'needles' they tend to think of a shot like they...
LONDON — Everyone knows what it would take to curb the global rise of chronic illnesses like heart disease, certain cancers and diabetes, but getting nations and their citizens to make the essential changes is more than daunting. This week marks...
Partnering with patients in getting quality health care is important, the state medical association president said. "We're really all about the partnership between the physicians and the patients," said Dr. Karla K. Murphy, formerly of Aberdeen and...
WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — Consumers looking for answers about a salmonella outbreak linked to ground turkey will have to continue to wait as the government investigates the source of at least 76 illnesses and one death. The Agriculture Department...
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Anchor/ReporterTranquil Pocahontas County is not where Diane Schou planned to end up. “It’s difficult for me to know that it’s an affliction that anybody can share with anyone,” she says. “Anyone can get this.” Schou and her husband...
By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF WRITERThe Imperial Valley American Cancer Society will be hosting a wine tasting and art show Thursday in El Centro. The first annual event will take place from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the El Sol Center, 2299 West Adams Ave, El Centro. Must be 21 years old to...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Viniculture, Health, Wines, Cancer
In a conference room in downtown Baltimore, F. Blix Winston compared the Food and Drug Administration to a "slow-moving bulldog." "You don't want to get bitten," Winston, an expert on the federal regulation of medical devices, told a crowd of about 50...
Steven L. Salzberg's response to Margaret Dunkle's vaccination op-ed is itself a study in fear-mongering and ignorance ("Sun prints dangerous anti-vaccination op-ed," July 14). It is precisely because of the condescending and uninformed views of Dr....
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — The streets here will be crawling with superheroes Friday during The Arts Council of Mercer County’s Superhero Crawl.This is the second year for a summer crawl, a performance art event hosted by the arts council. Last year’...
Tribune reporterAmerica undoubtedly has a big obesity problem. With two-thirds of all U.S. adults classified as obese or overweight, public health officials warn that much of the population is at dangerously high risk of diabetes, heart disease and other chronic and...
Dr. Bernadine Healy, a hard-charging cardiologist and educator who was the first woman to lead the National Institutes of Health and later commanded American Red Cross relief efforts after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, died Saturday at her home in Gates...
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Editor: At 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, I will take part in a very unique experience. I look forward to it every year. It is the American Cancer Society Relay For Life. Like so many families, mine has been affected by cancer. My father-in-law lost his...
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